Synonyms for Troupe:

n.

clown, comic, conjurer, artiste, performing arts, comedian, cast, artist, act, corps, comedienne, acrobat. company (noun)
cast, troop, team, group, party, band, crew, gang.
crew (noun)
cadre, coalition, detail, club, troop, force, bunch, collection, fellowship, school, cell, set, league, wing, body, union, crew, complement, string, flock, battalion, detachment, caucus, colony, covey, platoon, retinue, clique, nest, host, litter, fleet, crowd, herd, company, regiment, outfit, army, clan, division, assembly, drove, gang, pack, junta, staff, circle, team, cabal, aggregation, bevy, brigade, faction, party, tribe, fraternity, hive, coterie, assemblage, society, group, posse, phalanx, sect, mob, band, ring, squad.
group (noun)
company.

Other synonyms:

corps, cast. Other relevant words:
artist, act, acrobat, comedienne, comic, artiste, cast, corps, clown, comedian, conjurer.

Usage examples for troupe

  1. Altogether, the troupe was a decent one. – The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons by Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
  2. The French word is " troupe meaning a company. – Stories from Tagore by Rabindranath Tagore
  3. While I was writing this letter, a moist and warm afternoon, with the thermometer at 50, brought forth troupe of shell- snails; and, at the same juncture, the tortoise heaved up the mould and put out its head; and the next morning came forth, as it were raised from the dead; and walked about till four in the afternoon. – The-Natural-History-of-Selborne by White, Gilbert